It’s do-or-die for Sables, as De Villiers plunges into first away assignment in Nairobi
Harare - After his debut game in charge of Zimbabwe fizzled out to a rather disappointing home draw against Morocco, two weeks ago, Peter de Villiers gets his first away assignment in charge of the Sables in Kenya this weekend in a Rugby Gold Cup battle, which they can barely afford to keep alive their hopes for a return to the Rugby World Cup. ...Read More
VAR divides Africa as Super Eagles crash out of World Cup in a blaze of controversy
Harare - For Nigeria, it is felt like lightning striking twice, as Africa’s most populous country – who suffered heartbreak at the hands of Roberto Baggio’s late show at the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the United States – slumped to another painful elimination from the 2018 World Cup in Russia amid a blaze of controversy on Tuesday night. ...Read More
2018 FIFA World Cup is here!
The long-awaited global showcase of sport has arrived. It kicked off with a phenomenal mauling of Saudi Arabia by the host nation, Russia. So far, there have been no unsavoury incidents reported off the pitch. ...Read More
Hearn says Joshua won’t shorten preparation time for Wilder fight
A nervous sounding Eddie Hearn says he’s not going to let Anthony Joshua face Deontay Wilder with just an 8-week training camp. Hearn wants Joshua to have more than eight weeks to prepare for the unification fight against unbeaten WBC heavyweight champion Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs). ...Read More